Parker University: Doctorate in Chiropractic 2017
Parker University: Bachelor's in Human Anatomy 2017
Parker University: Bachelor's in Health and Wellness 2017
University of Findlay: Associate's in English Riding and Training 2013
Horseback Riding Instructor 2015-16
Dressage Show Barn Intern 2013
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association 2017
Fascial Distortion Model 2016
Affiliations and Awards:
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association Member 2016-Present
Parker University Outstanding Student Organization Leader Award 2017
Parker University Animal Chiropractic Program Salutatorian 2016
Parker University Animal Chiropractic Club President 2014-17
Intercollegiate Dressage Association 2012-13
Intercollegiate Horse Show Association 2011-12
What we do
What is an adjustment?
What is an animal adjustment?
Adjustments optimize proper function and motion of the spine and joints of the body. Dysfunctional areas are corrected using specific manual or instrument assisted forces (known as the adjustment) with the goal of restoring proper function. When it comes to the body: “motion is life," therefore, the health of the musculoskeletal system has a direct relationship with the health of the nervous system and brain.
Who can practice?
"Chiropractic in Texas is legally restricted to the human body... The manipulation of animals is considered the practice of Veterinary Medicine and must be done only with the permission of the veterinarian in charge of the animal. It is not legally sufficient to manipulate an animal with the permission of the owner but without the permission of the supervising veterinarian." -Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Our services are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any specific illness or condition and should only be used as a complement to regular and concurrent veterinary care. Adjustments may provide support and encourage the body into its most optimal state of health. We operate in full compliance with all Texas laws and regulations. The content provided herein is informational only and is not to be construed as veterinary advice. Consult your veterinarian before seeking adjustments for your pets.